Is it possible to suppress printing of a panic message (“thread panicked at”)?
I have a parent superviser thread which launches a child thread.
The child can sometimes panic, but is safe to just restart.
So I don’t want to see the default panic message in the stderr and instead I want to provide my own reporting. I know that at least on nightly I can provide my own panic handler (and mess something up along the way ), but it seems like a too complex solution for my use case.